Dozens of hikers set out for the summit of Piestewa Peak in Phoenix on a July evening, their flashlights dancing in the dark. "You feeling OK?" Trevor Plautz, a park ranger, asked two women, one of whom had stumbled and was breathing hard. "You have enough water?" Both soon turned back, moving slowly down unlit rocky switchbacks. An owl chittered. (Date:08/19/2019 11:53) Read full article >>

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